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: hello, america. during the town hall meeting 3-rbgs 5% of the meet said they supported government healthcare insurance. in the 1990's, hillary care had 36% support. remember how quickly we abandoned that and hillary and this is less support, and for the first time in history, gallop has just take and new poll, is it the government's responsibility to provide healthcare, yes or no? for the first time in history, we now say no, it is not. in fact, in the last year, it's been a 16% drop, 16 percentage points in the last decade it has fallen 44 points. wow, it seems to be that we're sending very clear messages here. we don't want government healthcare, and yet they keep pushing for it. who's pushing for it? who has a more important voice than you? i'll show you. you got to make a decision tonight. you're a revoluntionary! is it this guy, or this guy? hello, america. we've got a great show for you tonight. stick around for the whole hour, if you will. we want to talk a little bit first about healthcare, but it's much deeper than that. i mean, over at nbc, they're having green week. tha
america. currently, physicians in rural areas are reimbursed less for medicare than their urban counterparts. h.r. 3962 will rume burs primary care physicians in rural areas, not only to equalize the disparity but to make rural communities more attractive to physicians. most of my district is considered a health professional shortage area. in my district in colorado, we have three counties with only practicing physician. we have one county with none at all. this bill will increase the number of physicians in all my counties and improve access for 106,000 medicare beneficiaries. this bill will expand insurance coverage to 111,000 currently uninsured citizens in my district. it will help 184,000 low-income families pay for their insurance. our current system is broken and it is time to fix it now. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. barton: mr. speaker, i want to recognize from the pelican state, a member of the committee, congressman scalise of new orleans for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. sca
google. innovation has always been on my mind. i've assumed this was an area where america remained head and shoulders above the world. that's where our future lies, how we'll move up the value chain and reuate new jobs for the future. over the last few months i've been having second thoughts. i've been reading these new studies that use not polls of experts but hard data and they suggest that america's lead is slipping. in fact, one of them looks at the degree to which countries are adjusting and improving their research technology and regulatory policies to stay competitive. and it finds that the united states has made the least progress of the 36 nations in four regions studied. you can go to our website for the actual studies. consider the three most important technologies in alternative energy that are likely to yield big payoffs -- solar, wind and battery power. america doesn't measure up to asia in any of the three. take solar energy. japan and china each have three of the top ten companies in that field. america has only two. let's be clear. america still dominates the world of i
it will put america at risk. it's one of the worst decisions any president has made. bill: one of the top 9/11 terrorists will now be tried in civilian court. in new york city. some people think that's a very bad idea but the obama administration disagrees. >> he will be brought to new york, to new york, to answer for their alleged crimes. bill: we'll hear both sides of this important story. charges that a new disaster movie that wipes out nearly everybody goes out of its way not to offend muslims. we'll tell you what we know about "2012." >> no matter what happens, we'll all stay together. bill: now the big announcement. ready, ladies and gentlemen? glenn beck returns to "the factor" with a major announcement involving him and me. take it away. your humble correspondent. >> i want to warn you, it won't be politically correct. bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. khalid shaikh mohammed gets a break and that's the topic of our "talking points memo." he is involved in planning the 91
: one out of every ten workers in america is not working. and not by choice. today's data show almost 16 million of people are looking for jobs a harsh reminder of the pain caused by the great recession. economist bruce kasman warns things are likely to get worse. >> i think it's a reasonable chance that by the time the labor market reaches its worst point, we are actually going to have the worst labor market that we've had in the united states since the great depression. and that's a pretty sobering reality. >> reporter: speaking of sobering, by one measure, the jobless rate is actually closer to 17.5%. that's the figure, if you include part-timers who would rather be full-time and people so discouraged looking for work, they've given up. however, today's report did have some glimmers hope. though the economy lost 190,000 jobs last month, that's still well below january's peak. economist milton ezrati says the creation of 34,000 temporary position in october is also a positive sign. >> what happens is-- at a turn in the economy-- and there's good evidence that we are seeing a turn towar
. there is a symbiotic relationship going on. the chinese need to buy the treasuries in order to ensure america stay ace float, in order to ensure that we suck in what they produce. >> i don't know that they have to buy the treasuries. as long as they buy dollars, if they shouldn't buy the treasuries, they're stuck with them. that takes them out of circulati circulation. the fed could turn around and print the same dollars again. there has to be a recalibration of kurn spips i think there's an expectation of summary valuation. its will not be of the order of magnitude necessary to correct the imbalances in the global economy. 5% to 10%, when you really need something much more dramatic than that and sustained over time. >> if i gave you $1,000 tonight to invest for your children in five year, where would you put it? >> i would put it in the u.s. stock market. i believe one way or another, we will find a way around this mess. if china doesn't revalue, we may end up doing it for them through some means like taxing dollar-yuan conversions. at some point, this situation will become intolerable. once that ha
on the importance of philanthropy. later, america's future and the place in the world. at 8:00, the first of three nights of the c-span's original documentaries on the iconic homes of the three branches of the government, starting with the supreme court. >> tomorrow, dawn kpeck ofi an update on the commercial and real-estate markets. then, author of the walmart effect with charles fishman. after that,sidney hart. "washington journal", live on friday, 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. friday, parliament opens its chambers as the youth parliament debates in the house of commons. also, jayson blair on why he fabricated and plagiarized news stories. also, have world the threat's been over height? sunday, two programs on democracy and the internet, including the university of virginia panel. facebook founder chris hughes on how social networking is changing the political process. this holiday weekend on c-span. >> thanksgiving weekend on c- span, american icons, three nights of original documentaries on the icon mccombs of the three branches of the american government, beginning tonight at 8:00 p.m. ea
of the world that wants to move to another country wants to move to america. we will investigate whether the others are all dentists who don't recommend sugarless gum for their patients who chew gum. >> i don't know what to say to that, greg. >> greg: i don't know either. >> i think the fact you don't think it is crazy says something about you. >> maybe it does. >> like a dream i'm flowing without no stopping sweeter than a cherry pie with ready whipped topping. >> greg: couldn't have said it any better myself. go away, little man. she knows the earth like i know the girth. yes, i'm a fatty. he is the ling-ling of the right wing. andrew brightbart. he is so smart that smarty pants are now called brighty pants. bill schulz. he looks like death and smells even worse injuries sitting next to me the great addition medicine specialist and, doctor, drew pinsky. he hosts sex rehab with dr. drew. i watch it, it's great. he knows junks like i know trunkies. those are really tiny trunks. you would strangle him with a phone cord if a phone cord still existed and you owned one. your "new york times"
of the contract with america and the flat tax. she remained -- he approaches any subjects as internet, a government in general with one statement -- freedom of works. please welcome, dick armey. [applause] >> let me introduce somebody that every time i hear the name, dick armey's ideological soul mate. arianna huffington -- [laughter] is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of 12 books. she is co-host of "left, right and center," in may, 2005, she launched a news again blog site that has quickly become not only one of the most widely read and the most influential in the media and in political circles. in 2006, time magazine put her on the list of the time 100, their list of the world's most influential leaders. in 2009, she was named one of the most influential women and media by forbes. cordially from greece, huffington moved to england and graduated from cambridge with a master's in economics. she is known for her bold and fearlessness and believes in saying what needs to be said in doing what needs to be done, to leave and succeed. she is a prolific author with titles inclu
are going to vote on a bill which to me the people of america don't like. and you know who doesn't like it the most? seniors. you know why? they're concerned. they know medicare is being -- is going broke, and by the year 017, there will be $500 billion of cuts in medicare. and yet, the money that's being cut from medicare isn't being used to save medicare. it's to start a whole new program that's going to cause americans who have insurance to pay more. it's going to cause people that don't have any insurance to make it harder to get, or if they go to an emergency room, have to pay more, that bill is going to be higher. all because of what i believe is an irresponsible piece of legislation that is going to be a huge weight on our american economy at a time when you have 10.2% unemployment. but i see the senator from nevada has -- he has a similar copy of the bills next to him and he may want to chime in on what he is seeing in his home state and what he is hearing from people who live in nevada and the small businesses as well as the hospitals and providers. mr. ensign: if the senator w
is on the rise in america. a stunning new report says 49 million people in this country including 17 million children have trouble getting enough food last year. i'll speak with the agriculture secretary, tom vilsack. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> this week hearings and investigations began into the massacre of 13 soldiers at ft. hood, texas. the number one question, why didn't anyone in charge see it coming? i spoke about that with congressman pete hoekstra, he's the ranking member of the house intelligence committee. congressman, thanks very much for coming in. i know you're getting ready to catch a flight. are you satisfied with the answers you're getting so far from the executive branch of the u.s. government whether the pentagon or the administration, the army, as far as this investigation is concerned? >> no, wolf, i'm really not. and i think i probably share some of the same frustrations that senator lieberman has. i applaud the senate for holding public hearings. i hold them -- i applaud
are talking about a fundamental reset of the u.s. economy. that america was living high off the hog, american households and the whole country was living off of borrowed money and that this reset is going to mean people save more and people consume less and the economy grows more slowly and i think that's going to be a really wrenching social adjustment. >> you have identified one big issue in the jobs market and the problem we have got. the other one, bill, is that so many of these jobs that have been lost have been lost in manufacturing. and regardless of where you stand on whether we should have better manufacturing policy or we should manufacture more, the reality is manufacturing jobs, particularly lower paying jobs have left this country and higher paying ones have left this country. >> yes, we have major losses in manufacturing and major losses in construction and that's why we have seen men's unemployment rates rise faster than women's. we are a service based economy and particularly after november, october of 2008, this recession began to look like that garden variety recession where
. a wrenching decision. >> as long as i am commander in chief, america is going to do right by them. >> reporter: a former defense secretary urged the president to hurry. >> what is important he make a decision and make it reasonably soon. you've got young men and women out there carrying the battle who are at great risk. if we've got the wrong strategy, change it. >> reporter: again today, the commander in chief met with advisers. he's getting more optis. besides afghan commanding general stan mccrystal's call for 40,000 more troops and vice president biden's plan to send as few as 10,000, there are middle ground plans for 30,000 more reportedly backed by defense secretary gates, secretary of state clinton and by chairman of the joint chiefs mullen. that's almost as many new forces as mccrystal's requesting, but president obama is looking past numbers to the troops' revamped mission. >> go back to focusing on al qaeda, back to pushing back taliban to the extent that we can stabilize karzai's government enough so we can actual begin withdrawal from the region. >> reporter: short term, more u.s.
bieber is rocking times square. >>> very exciting. good morning, america. >> good morning. sunday, november 15th, 2009, and bieber fever is here officially. they are in the studio. they have been lining up all morning long to see him. lucky few got to see the arrival a few minutes ago. we have the red carpet. that's really something. >> it really is. it is very sweet to see those fans out there. we just learned from the cdc that the bieber fever vaccine is delayed another month. he's the newest thing. >>> a heartwarming story, a woman was kidnapped more than 50 years ago, taken halfway across the country. recently tracked down her long-lost siblings. this morning, we'll reunite them for the first time. right here >> it's an unbelievable story. they have not met until now. on tv. >>> we also have a great weekend adventure. everybody else has ten their turn. now it's your turn. >> a little motorcycle ride. last ride of the season before winter comes in. one of the true mythical roads in this country. deep in the smokey mountains. had a good time. we'll share that with you coming up.
. afghanistan is separate. america has more in common with india. the need to try to negotiate so they can bring an end to the hostilities. pakistan has the from cards to the solution in that place. until it comes to the table i believe we will have a problem. host: thank you for the call again. stories in the paper this morning, from "the new york times" this says that abdullah was planning to quit the race and this morning it is true. i walk, what does this mean to the president's physician about -- state of iowa, what does this mean on the president's decision to send more troops? caller: he should send more. there is a lot of violence and chaos over there. there was a lot of disruption, the president's brother selling drugs, there is no way for that guy to like women -- to like win an election. host: baltimore, republican line. your reaction to the news from overnight? actually it is floyd in south fork, north carolina. caller: i do not think that any of the president's that we have ever had has ever wanted to dad for the country. they have all wanted to do something good. we need to give th
for debate. how many people in america know that the reason we are here is because the republicans don't even want to bring the bill to the floor for debate and amendment. while, that's their right under the rules of the senate is their right. they can filibuster, deily, obstruct. they can say no. but just as surely as that is their right it is our responsibility as democrats to move this bill forward. i would remind my colleagues on the other side of the ogle that last year voters overwhelmingly voted for barack obama to lead changes, to make changes, and one of the changes he campaigned so hard for most changes in the health care system. and just as surely voters elected democrats to majorities, big majorities in the house and senate to do the same thing so it's our responsibility to lead. and that's what we are doing now by bringing this bill to the floor. we are taking another giant step toward fulfilling the mandate, the mandate the people of this country gave to president obama and the democratic party last november to undertake a comprehensive reform of america's health care system. an
as a result of the contributions of the european union, america and some of the richest countries of the world. we will do everything in our power to secure a climate change agreement in copenhagen. >> thank you, mr. speaker. whatever are the individual speakers on afghanistan there's clarity on the mission. the prime minister has said we're in afghanistan to protect british people against terrorism. and yet almost in the same breath threatens to pull out of the country if president karzai can't clean up his corrupt government. these are contradictory messages they are sending out mixed signals. can the prime minister now square that circle?vu >> we are in the country because of the threat to britain. a threat that has been seen over eight years as a result of projected and actual terrorist defenses in our country. three-quarters of which come from afghanistan and pakistan and mainly the borders of pakistan. that is why we are there to protect the streets of britain. i was right to ask president karzai to give us assurances about how in his second term he would tackle corruption. he has now an
general motors and chrysler? governments don't own big companies in america. what ruptured? what ruptured is the concern that there is way too much in spending and to be fair, it's not the president's fault. but when you say -- and the combined the billions of dollars, there is one huge massive spending and as a stimulus package. . >> what happens is the republican party has a lot of troubles. we put on the brakes and send a missile. that was to park. -- that was too far. many private people said there will be a bill and we're better off negotiating in good faith because there is going to be a bill. what is going to happen is this possibility, which is the a.m .a is there because they thought they would get a deal. if it does not get fixed, i do not know where they will be. hospitals are there because they said they would have 9066%6% coverage. >> why do you think the industry support did not translate into republicans support? >> we're down to 170 boats. at 177 votes, the sport gentleman in new orleans. ok, we could lose that seat. at 177 seats, there are not a lot of seats you can lose.
% of america is reasonably happy with their health care. why not spend the money to help the problems of the 20%? why not just set up a working system? we need to fix for reform. we need to get thecwa insurance companies selling across state lines. neil: thank you, gentlemen. a major applicator with a 20 anniversary, coming up. >> tear down this wall. neil: 20 years ago today 20,000 people did just that, tear down a wall. tens of thousands of people broke down in below wall, our next guest is concerned -- michael reagan, ronald reagan's son, joins us now. good to have you here. >> good to be with you. neil: your concern is that if your father looked at this event, something would have change in those 20 years? >> i have been here for about one week, honoring my father, as he often is in berlin for the speech that he gave in 1987. watching the speakers tonight, they just basically for got ronald reagan. -- forgot ronald reagan. you would think that they could and least mention the part that he played by taking a strong stand against communist aggression. neil: interestingly, mr. gorbachev, the l
dedicated funding to cover all of new york city's added security costs? >> i think that is fair. america was attack on september the 11th. that was of national consequence. although the trial will be hosted in new york, it seems to me that new york should not bear the burden alone. this is a national -- >> so you will recommend, and i presume, fight for these funds from omb which we know sometimes has other things on its mind. >> with your help -- >> you have my full and undivided help. i just don't want mayor bloomberg, the commissioner. they didn't make the decision, but they stepped up to the plate and willingly agreed. i don't think either they or new york city, new york state should be left hanging out there paying any of the costs of this, and i take it you fully agree with that. >> i don't disagree with that at all. >> okay. second question, and just one other thing on this. there may be other costs that we can't envision, and i take it we're wanot going to find someby saying this wasn't in an original application or on an original request. i take it there will be flexibility and
the affordable health care for america act. the bill would more accurately be entitled, the big spending, big taxing, big entitlement, pelosi plan for big government takeover of america's health care act. despite house majority leader steny hoyer claiming that during their press conference that the health care bill was part of an open and transparent process to reform our health care system, the american people were oddly prohibited from even attending the liberal democrat's pub less -- publicity rally on the steps of the capitol. mr. speaker, this really isn't surprising considering the democrats habit of frozing -- freezing republicans out of the process. mr. speaker, the new pelosi plan looks and sounds starkly similar to the democrat's first attempts at a big government takeover of health care, h.r. 3200. that is because essentially it is the same big government socialist nonsense speaker pelosi introduced months ago. the same plan that caused nearly millions -- cause literally millions of american to speak out against it through letters, petitions, protests and by showing up to register
that can malfunction and they were sold at some of the most popular stores in america. >> reporter: at the sugar and spice oig daycare in lafayette, louisiana, they are scrambling to figure out what to do with dozens of cribs now part of the nation's largest crib recall. >> it really is disturbing. we need to take care of it while we can and make sure that nobody else is hurt or injured. >> reporter: the cribs made by stork craft manufacturing have been linked to more than 100 incidents of the side rail detaching, in some cases falling off the crib completely. numerous children have been injured. four children have died. two in new york one in west virginia, and one in louisiana. the problem involves plastic hardware that can break. causing the side rail to detach from the crib. that creates a space big enough for an infant to become trapped and suffocate. >> manufacturers are putting hardware to make those sides drop down and the hardware is not substantial. >> reporter: the recalled cribs were mafred between january 1993 and october 2009. some carrying the fish
and the horse and buggies early in the morning. >> i got out and saw america too. >> what did you see? >> i walked from the upper west side to the upper east side. kind of crazy over there. >> did you? i didn't even get that far. >> took kate ice skating. it was a lot of fun. i saw all sides of america. >> i'm sure you did. it is good to be back. >> have you ever been over to the east side? >> no. what's it like? >> it's a strange land. >> it is. >> it's a strange, strange land. >> we have an interesting panel this morning. willie is here. chrystia is back there pimping. >> and also stephen a. smith in philadelphia is with us. we're going to be talking about this tiger story. i have to say, willie, leave him alone. he has all these endorsements. it's important. there's nothing on the sleeve of golf balls that says, if you buy these golf balls, you get to figure out what's going on with tiger's life. >> the story is a bit suspicious. he's the most marketable athlete in the world. what does that mean for him? think about kobe bryant. he allegedly did something worse than this. >> he was frame
♪ . >> the white house wants to bring spain's green jobs program to america, will that also bring a depression level jobless rate like they have in spain right now? plus, is this the answer to state's budget woes? >> oh. >> voters giving a huge thumbs up to cashing in on sin at the polls this week. will taxing pot and gambling solve america's money mess? all that and a win for new jersey, but a loss for america? >> there is more for you to do. there's more for all of us to do. >> john corzine out of the governor's mansion in the garden state. will the next job be in the white house, where he can bring his record of soaring taxes to all 50 states? your money, your life, your show to stay ahead of the game. cashin' in starts right now. >> a fox news health alert as the house battles over its health care bill, we're learning the senate's plan makes uninsured americans wait up to since months before getting medical treatment. since months. if those same americans can get help immediately right now. why change the system? hello everybody, i'm cheryl casone and welcome to cashin' in. our cashin' in
. >>> good morning >>> good morning, america. on this wednesday, november 4th, republican rebound. democrats lose big in governors' races in new jersey and virginia. what does this mean for president obama? we're live with the bottom line. >>> tragic end. the search for three missing college students. how did the softball players end up at the bottom of a pond? >>> hollywood custody fight. why is sandra bullock locked in a bitter battle of custody of a 5-year-old girl? who is fit to raise this child? >>> and an allergic reaction to your husband? we'll meet a woman who discovered on her wedding night that her husband makes her physically ill. it's a medical mystery and we take you there. and good morning to all of you. diane sawyer with robin roberts on this wednesday, november 4th, 2009. >> of course, we now have the results interest those three big races last night. good night for republicans. in new jersey a state president obama carried by 15 percentage points a year ago jon corzine loses to chris christie. the first republican governor there in more than a decade. >> in virginia a state
off in the bill? he spent years as america's first, and security secretariat -- first homeland security secretary. what tom ridge makes of it brian: senator harry reid need 60 votes to begin debate on his health care bill tomorrow night. is he trying to buy one? a provision in the bill would give money to louisiana. it happens then an important -- that an important swing vote comes from the bayou state. we have the president of the bat in bruges -- baton rouge tea party. welcome to the program. is this good politics, or is this a payoff? >> this is absolutely not good politics. if we will craft responsible legislation, when you to look at the merits, and not focus on how we can add sweetness here and there for each senator on the bench. brian: the senator would say that this is just doing best for her constituents. >> the money is a one-time medicaid payment to our state. it is not a long-term solution to budgetary problems. we are taking a quick fix to make sure that cloture passes? we will not see long-term benefits. this will only be a payment for 1 budgetary year. what will
. >> and america and the american people won today. >> the house of representatives passes a historic health care reform to provide coverage to millions more americans. the focus now shifting to the senate for the next phase of the health care reform battle. the house passed its version last night by a tight vote. brian mooar on capitol hill with the latest. >> the bill is passed! >> passage of the sweeping trillion dollar health care reform bill came down to a couple hours of debate and a handful of votes. >> some of my colleagues just received a call from the president of the united states. barack obama congratulating us on a great victory for the american people. >> the day began with president obama traveling to capitol hill to make sure democrats supported the bill. late in the evening, it passed a key hurdle. >> the amendment is adopted. >> an amendment banning government-funded abortions. it was demanded by moderate democrats. republicans condemned the health care reform plan as a washington power grab. >> how does it have to get before we stop the out-of-control spending. >> republicans p
a great look at the views of the people in congress and find out if they're pro-america or antiamerica. i think people would love to see that. >> and that put michele bachmann on the national scene. she's become a regular on our psycho talk, but she is a political force to be reckoned with. she knows how to bring in the cash. i'm going to talk to the author of the city pages profile. he says her strategy is simple. first, say something really outlandish. spectacularly insane. then, the fact-checkers get into action. next, the republican party frames her as a victim of the liberal media, and then of course, conservative wallets open up and the money just pours in. who do you want to go against? who would you rather see on the republican ticket of 2012? michele bachmann or sarah palin? text a for bachmann and 2 for palin. joining me now is matt schneiders, who wrote the story. you can check it out, citypages.com. i read the article on the plane and thought it was pretty entertaining. people in her district who oppose her, do you think they fear her or just dislike her? >> i think it's a com
. at the president has said, america does not accept the legitimacy of continued israeli settlements. we recognize that the palestinians and other arabs are concerned because israel's moratorium permits the completion of buildings already started, and limits the moratorium to the west bank. they are concerns we share. as to jerusalem, the u.s. policy remains unaffected and unchanged. as has been stated by every previous administration which addressed this issue, the status of jerusalem and all other permanent status' issues must be resolved by the parties through negotiations. the united states also disagrees with some israeli actions in jerusalem affecting palestinians in the areas such as housing, including the continuing pattern of evictions and demolitions of palestinian homes. the u.s. has not accepted and it disagrees with any unilateral action by either party which could have the effect of pre- empting negotiations. as we and others have said many times, the way to move forward is to enter negotiations without preconditions and reach agreements on the two-state solution. a jewish state of i
on. the diplomacy and highlighting the best of india and america is what you see in her fashion. and you see this in the menu choice as well. this is a very modern, elegant gown. >> and the white house kept under wraps, until the very minute when she came out to greet the prime minister. >> the white house was very good about keeping everything secret. we heard more about afghanistan that about this. they were very disciplined about keeping best. but that is always the case with what the first lady is going to wear. the east wing is letting us know. >> let's get a look at what the first lady is wearing. they greeted the prime minister and his wife early on this evening. on the front entrance of the white house. [no audio] [no audio] [inaudible] >> present arms! ♪ >> president obama and first lady michelle obama and greeted india's prime minister singh and his wife earlier this evening. festivities are underway. talking what -- talking to us this evening about this. beyond the dress and the coronation, the logistics of the flowers, what type and color of flowers, the linens, th
america today being flown by air line pilots. 70 percent of those are alpa members. we strive every day to deliver safe product. every day on every flight pilots make hundreds of decisions. if those decisions are correct, you don't read about them. you get to your destination and you did not even know. airplanes are mechanical machines. guess what? they break. pilots handle those things. let us talk about when there is an incident or distraction or when pilots make mistakes. what we have developed over the last decade or so are programs called aviation safety action programs. as professionals, what do we do? we don't hide the fact that we made a mistake. we tell our company, which tell the faa -- would tell the authorities and each other so we can identify the mistake. that is the height of being a professional. one who can admit, i'm a human being, and made a mistake, how can i help iran someone else from making that same error. host: laptops, are the tools that could be used in airplanes? there were concerns about the regulations. guest: laptops are being integrated into the cockpit.
will hopefully be with our family and friends, but in some parts of america, people will go hungry. some parts of my district that has been ground zero of a drought that is caused by regulatory and dry conditions for three years in california, we will have people in food lines. sadly, these food lines have existed for months. and sadly these food lines will continue throughout the winter. because we have a problem in california, but that problem is exemplified throughout the world and without sufficient sustainable water supplies, you can't grow food and hunger persists. on october 15, bill gates spoke at the 2009 world food price symposium about the importance of productivity and sustainability of ag to feed our nation and the world. he said and i quote, the global effort to help small farmers is endangered by a wedge that threatens to split the movement in two. one side is the technological approach that increases productivity, on the other side is the environmental approach that promotes sustainability. productivity-sustainability, they say you have to choose. bill gates said it's a false c
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pressing in. everything we do is not in the microcosm of america anymore. whether we rise or fall does not just depend on us. host: the professor mentioned about the dubai information. does it affect many people? he kind of suggested it didn't but he said it should be factored in terms of what people think about the economy. caller: yes, dislike for our oil and natural resources, every little ticked i hear about it in china, what happens to us with our resources. i will hear about it affecting china. we did not used to think about that decades ago. host: your global perspective, have you changed your mind about the state of the economy? caller: i just feel a little bit like he did. going with the flow. but when we see where we can really put our muscle to making things better and making the resources last longer, we have to do with and try to bring the rest of the world in with to accomplish that. host: next up, steve on independent line. jacksonville, florida. caller: actually if i change my mind i am a bit more pessimistic than i was. 10.2 percent unemployment and i believe the effec
. the president tends to america's relationship with india and hosts its prime minister to a state dinner. it is the first of this administration. >>> and jennifer hudson, well, she's going to be here as well as there. the oscar and grammy winner will sing for the president and guests, but, first, she's going to be here in "the situation room" and she previews one of the songs for us. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm suzanne malveaux in cnn's command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports for around the world. you're in "the situation room." >> virtually the entire nation and the world waits to hear on how many more american troops president obama might send to afghanistan. well, today it was the president himself who fueled the fire. he is giving a sense of when he's going to announce that decision, and although his plans are shrouded in secrecy, cnn is getting new information on just how many troops the pentagon is planning for. i want to go straight to our white house correspondent dan lothian. obviously, dan, that's the question that everybody is asking. do we know
abdullah of jordan is one of america's key allies, and never before has an arab head of state addressed the national conference of a major jewish lobby. so is the balance of power about to shift? i sat down with jeremy ben-ami, executive director of j street and david harris, the executive director of the ajc, american jewish committee. we did invited aipac to participate, but they declined. >> thank you both, gentlemen, for coming here. you're talking first about safeguarding the democratic state of israel. surely all the jewish pro-israel lobby groups share the same goal. why not a different and a new one? >> well, i think the sense of urgency has never been greater to address the single greatest threat that israel faces to its future as a jewish and democratic state. >> which is? >> which is the demographic reality that within a matter of years there will be more nonjews than jews between the jordan river and the mediterranean. at that point israel can really no longer remain both jewish and democratic. therefore, to avoid that we have to find some way to get to a two-state solution
across central america, and the planting of the sea that was to become the panama canal. the crushing of the notorious american filibuster, william walker. the destruction of the confederate ironclad merrimack and the safeguarding of the union's gold shipments both of which played a seminal role in winning the civil war and the birth of the modern corporation. the consolidation of the great new york rail lines, the growth of new york city into the first city of america and the major world hub of finance and trade complete with its first grand central station. vendor build played a major part jor part in all of these events and more his life left its mark. he started in business at the very epitome of a jacksonian ideal. the working man does wearing only a level playing field. he ended it as a symbol of inequality of monopoly in the gilded age, when he made americans question the dangers of gigantism in business. he was instrumental in acquainting americans with the very idea of the modern corporation. when the cornelius vanderbilt was a young man americans worked almost exclusively as
star adam lambert is finding out the hard way. abc's "good morning america" pulled the plug on his live performance tomorrow morning all because of the smooch he shared with his keyboardist at the american music awards. the good news for lambert, cbs' "early show" booked him right away and all of this gives us a chance to show the greatest hits of controversial kisses, most of which don't seem like that big of a deal all these many years later, take a look. ♪ kiss ♪ you've got to not talk dirty baby if you want to impress me ♪ >> your nose is cold. ♪ you can't be too flirty, mama ♪ ♪ i know how to undress me ♪ kiss >> adam lambert, no worries, the careers of these controversial killers turned out just fine. >>> octomon suleman has her own morning show tour. here is what she told abc about the chances of having yet another baby. >> will you ever have more children? >> oh, my goodness, i don't even want to talk about that. i don't know, if i get married some day in the future. >> you could see maybe having more? >> by choice for almost ten years and if i wanted to do it in t
claritin clear. indoors and out. >> the u.s. navy and america's perseverence. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah weiner in for kate amara. our top stories in jome. first a look outside with john collins. >> an indicator, i didn't have to scrape the windshield this morning. temperatures are above freezing, not below freezing. in addition to the chilly air we have, we have a hurricane moving into the gulf of mexico. still the tropical storm and hurricane season. still winter -- hardly winter-like at this stage. we are headed toward spring-like weather. more on that in a mome. as we were yesterday morning, storm-free around the mid-atlantic region. i have had to resort the national radar imaginary to show you where the storms are. a little bit more action in the pacific northwest as yesterday. northern plains. also up in the state of maine and the maritime provinces of canada. here's the rain sorted with ida moving into the gulf of mexico. we'll talk about these weather systems and how at th
this is not a good thing? caller: america is changing so fast, and not for the better. how is this change going to work for you? for years i have been hearing my mother and even years ago my father saying -- and i thought they were crazy when the talk about the bible and said how, oh, look this is coming true, and i thought they were nuts. now look at things going on and i think, oh, my god. host: things with a call. in addition to the president: the house speaker at about 11:30 p.m. when the bill finally passed, the white house also announced that the president called the ceo of aarp and the president of the american nurses association, and the head of the other medical association, banking them for passage of the bill. host: good morning, dennis. caller: this morning, i'm so happy. i support the bill. this is a big victory for the american people. the lady for south carolina talking about bad things -- maybe she has insurance. we struggle. this is a victory for us. it is about time. nancy pelosi, john boehner is a loser. host: there were 39 no votes on the republican side. we also welcome --
openness the blame will fall squarely where it belongs, on the shoulders of the cuban government. america should never again allow the cuban government to use american policy as a scapegoat for that regime's failures. so, i finished by pleading with the members of this distinguished committee and house of representatives to pass the freedom to travel to cuba act. i also asked senator kerry as the chairman of the foreign affairs to co-sponsor and mark up the senate version of the freedom to travel to cuba act. thank you, and may god bless america. [applause] >> thank you. again, please. ms. antunez is next. she will speak in spanish and then her comments will be translated so this will take a little longer than the normal presentation. knees antunez. >> [speaking in spanish] [speaking in spanish] >> translator: good morning. my name is antunez. i come as the sister and niece of political prisoners. i left cuba a short time ago as an activist in my country and worked as best i could to organize the family members of political prisoners to advocate for their release. my uncle who has serious
's the challenge that they have. >> let's get one in from over here. >> patrick grayson, from q.p.w. america is bearing an enormous burden in the region and can you give us a frank appraisal of the contribution, the role, the performance of your allies in the region? >> yeah. first of all, i very much subscribe to i think it was winston churchill's comment that the only thing worse than allies is having no allies. and we really don't want to go it alone. we need the power of as many coalition partners as we can. and in fact, sometimes you -- you take some limitations because of that. people think that afghanistan is the first place where forces have caveats on them. not so at all. there have always been limitations. and the employment of various national forces. when i was in bosnia as the chief of operations for the effort there, i had a matrix on my desk. and had down the left side it was the country's. and then across the top, it was different tasks and functions and missions. and who would do them? some in their own area, some in their parent division area, and then the rest throughout t
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